To be honest I am not a very Eco-conscious person. OK...lets go ahead and be completely honest...I have been known to liter occasionally. We are marginal at very best at recycling. Prior to being a Mama the contents of cleaning products never even really crossed my mind. Terrible, right? It is admittedly really bad but I'm trying to make amends now.
Since, Weston started teething (read: eating EVERYTHING) and crawling I have really started to consider the cleaning products I use. It now matters greatly which products I clean the floor and counters with because my boy regularly licks them.
This week I had an opportunity to use two products created by Healthier Indoors. I trialed both the Odor Eliminator and the One Clean Concentrate. These products are 100% safe for the environment and the people in them. Safe for my baby = one happy Mama.
Price $19.95 for 16 oz. (makes up to 16 bottles as strong as multi- purpose cleaners)
What I love:
100% safe for people and the environment.
Neutral pH so it's gentle on surfaces
Formulated with natural ingredients (no hazardous chemicals)
Soft, subtle, yet clean lemongrass smell
Multi-purpose use (tile, counters, bath, glass, mirrors, upholstery, etc)
The bottle that allows you to pre-measure a small amount of product for ease of use
It gave my granite countertops a beautiful shine
One ounce of cleaner concentrate mixed with water in a spray bottle cleaned my kitchen fabulously
Price $24.95 for 16 oz.
What I love:
All natural and non-toxic
Eliminates all types of odors without trying to overpower them
If you would like to try these products, please enter the rafflecopter below for your chance to win one of three prizes. Three lucky winners will be given the chance to win a prize of both the One Clean Concentrate and the Fresh Odor Eliminator.
Update: If you would like to purchase any products from Healthier Indoors you can use the code 20off2012 for 20% off your purchase! Happy shopping!
UPDATE: The giveaway has ended. Congrats to the winners,
Katy, Stephanie P, and Karen M.
Disclosure: I received a product to review for free. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission guidelines.